This week we've had the honour of speaking to Ghana Code Club founder Ernestina Edem Appiah about her rise from IT secretary to kick-ass coder, business owner, NGO founder and spearhead of coding in Ghanaian schools!
The idea of a meal of turkey or ham with all the trimmings is synonymous for many of us over the holiday period, but have you ever wondered what our fellow citizens around the world are going to be tucking in to on Christmas day?
Here at ONE we hate to be negative but it's a sad fact that not everyone has been an angel - or kept their promises - this year. Take a look at who has made our naughty list and help us encourage them to do better next year!
It's been an incredible year on the ONE blog - thank you for sharing it with us! We hope you enjoy reading these great posts you may have missed over the year, and look forward to bringing you new interesting stories in 2016!
Thanks in large part to the Global Fund’s efforts in partnership with other countries and development partners, we can see a road to not just containing but also defeating AIDS, TB, and malaria within our lifetimes.
“Do planners of towns think we are less human?” is what Mumtaz Shaikh asked when she realised the 5.7million women in Mumbai had to pay to pee but men didn't. So she took the matter into her own hands...
We know that malaria is spread through mosquitoes... But did you know these 7 things about mosquitoes themselves? Read the WHO's 2015 Malaria Report, then take a look at how these pesky insects spread this incredibly harmful disease.
Fatou Bensouda is a *serious* role model as the current holder of one of the top legal positions in the world. She is a symbol for girls across Africa of the great heights that can be achieved through quality education.
Two years ago today we lost an incredible human and an amazing advocate for change - Nelson Mandela. He is undeniably one of the most important people of our generation; from his activism against apartheid and his commitment to ending extreme poverty - it's difficult to image what the world would be like had he not been the c...